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Hobby Lobby wins big, but questions linger

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Supreme Court | The high court gave Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood the win, but left the fates of other companies uncertain

Childish tendencies

Childish tendencies

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Movies | A window into the self-absorbed hipster, Obvious Child is painful to watch

The maestro

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Music | One of the best orchestras in the country has a devout Catholic conductor who wants something beyond consumerist entertainment

Pro-lifers win Supreme Court buffer zone case

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Free Speech | Justices unanimously strike down a Massachusetts law creating bubbles of ‘protection’ around abortion centers

Susan B. Anthony List wins at the Supreme Court

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Supreme Court | The end of the U.S. Supreme Court’s term nears as June draws to a close, and on Monday, the court issued an opinion on a free speech case as well as an…

Are bookstores really dying out?

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Books | Publishers at annual gathering are hopeful about the future of brick-and-mortar shops despite reports of their coming demise

Playing defense

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Politics | Behind the scenes in a blue state legislature, pro-life lobbyists go door to door for votes

About a Boy

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Television | In NBC’s About a Boy , 30-something bachelor Will (David Walton) is wealthy after composing a hit Christmas song: He impulsively buys a $500 margarita…

D’Souza pleads guilty to making straw donations

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Courts | The illegal campaign contributions could land him in jail for up to 16 months

Belle

Belle

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Movies | Currently in limited release, Belle falls comfortably and unremarkably in the canon of period dramas but has the distinction of being based on a true story.

Judge says D’Souza wasn’t prosecuted for his politics

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Courts | NEW YORK—A federal judge said conservative author and commentator Dinesh D’Souza had no evidence he was selectively prosecuted because of his politics,

Supreme Court win for public square religion

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Supreme Court | Though divided, justices uphold New York town council’s opening prayers

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